You will require this registration if you intend to create, amend, consolidate or cancel a community development scheme. This is part of a two-step approval process for community development schemes, specifically:
- First you must obtain a certificate of approval from the relevant Council; and
- Then you must lodge your community development scheme with the relevant State Government Agency.
The registration of a community development scheme creates a community development scheme for the specified property. A community development scheme is a development involving two or more of the following:
- A strata scheme;
- A sealed plan (e.g. subdivisions);
- Some other form of land division;
- The establishment of a retirement village; or
- A marina or water-based development.
Any common property created as part of this scheme is managed by a Body Corporate.
Please consult the Contact Officer for further information.
A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.
To be eligible for this registration, you must:
- Provide the community development scheme;
- Provide a certificate from the relevant Council showing approval of the community development scheme;
- Provide any certificates of title for land affected by the scheme;
- Provide any other documents or information that may be required by the Agency; and
- Pay the prescribed fee.
Please consult the Contact Officer for more information regarding eligibility requirements.
Further fees may apply, please consult the Contact Officer for more information.
Registration of a Community Development Scheme - Please consult directly with the Contact Officer for a copy of this document.
Lodged directly with the Agency.
Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment (DPIPWE)
Land Titles Office
Strata Titles Act 1998 (Tasmania)
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